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Maladministration at National Revenue Authority : A Case for President Koroma
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by on May 18, 2011, 20:49
Even cronies and die-hearted members of the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) Party have marked President Koroma’s attitude towards the leadership mess at the National Revenue Authority (NRA) as a total failure by his administration

Getting Closer To Revelation Time....Late Olu Gordon Was Right
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by Philip Neville on May 8, 2011, 01:43
Will light perpetual shine on him as he sleeps quietly; endlessly and comfortably in his room at the Ascension Town Cemetery, where every mankind born of a woman or not shall find himself/herself one day. The final and compulsory journey of mankind that no amount of money, negotiation or human influence can dictate or determine on this planet for the beyond, as it has always since creation been the work of the omnipotent and supernatural.

Sierra Leone’s Shameless Monster Goes For Excellence Award
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by on May 3, 2011, 09:15
The Women of Excellence Award conducted by a group of dedicated and well meaning Sierra Leoneans, including Isha Johansen has been described as successful and first of its kind. It is hope that event of this nature would continue to take place so that women in Sierra Leone would have something to be proud of and refer to when they meet with other women of contemporary times in their respective countries.

“Maada Bio Nar Rebel & Traitor ” Says Awareness Times
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by on Apr 20, 2011, 21:41
Maada Bio...Victim of A Vicious Campaign
I have always refused calling her Dr. Sylvia Olayinka Blyden, not because I did not find myself in the medical profession, but because of the level of deception exhibited by this impostor, claiming and calling herself DOCTOR, when she is fully conversant of the unarguable fact that she was and still not allowed to practice

Sylvia Blyden....Not The Daughter of Her Father
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by Philip Neville on Apr 18, 2011, 20:06
I read in the Awareness Times Newspaper, whose Proprietress is one of Sierra Leone’s shameless pathological lairs and admirer of John Benjamin’s King-Sized bed the man who introduced her to the world of natural human entertainment. This is this man that she adores so much and would trample on the rights of anyone who is in disagreement with him

Let’s Celebrate Our Golden Jubilee in Grand Style
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by on Apr 4, 2011, 17:53
When a man decides to raise a family, the first thing he loses is his independence. And the first thing he learns is patience. Now in my home, I read books and magazines and do my writings by stealth. Because my three-year-ten-months-old lovely daughter, Medsilakeh, is always around asking questions about what I am reading or writing; I now read when she is asleep at night and do my writings before she wakes up and gets ready for school

How Have You Been Rebranding Sierra Leone?
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by Mohamed Sankoh (One Drop) on Mar 22, 2011, 17:15

Turtle Island In Sierra Leone....Tourism Potential Is Huge
Nobody will deny the fact that Sierra Leone is in dire need of rebranding and marketing to the outside world, especially when one considers our recent chequered history. And every well meaning Sierra Leonean has a role to play in this rebranding process irrespective of tribe or political party affiliation.

Pelican Marine, Sea Coach, Water Taxi Vs Practitioners’ Code of Conduct and Court
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by on Mar 17, 2011, 17:35

Who is More Wretched and Deceitful than Dr. Sama Banya?
OPINION > One Thing & Another
Posted by Philip Neville on Mar 14, 2011, 20:29
A wrinkled, obscured and fatigued old man hibernating behind a pen, abandoned his profession as a result of poor and unpleasant track record is now covered in shame and crawling like a battered lizard, who had escaped the wrath of an attack from its superior

Integrity in Public Life vs. 1,444 Carats
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by on Feb 21, 2011, 19:55
Every democratic country has at its pinnacle the concept of “integrity in public life”. This is a vital concept if the principles of democracy are to be adhered to and fully complied with. A state cannot pride itself as truly practicing democracy where these important tenets are not being adhered to. In Sierra Leone it appears the concept of integrity in public

Let’s Talk About Koromaism And The Koromaists
Posted by Mohamed Sankoh (One Drop) on Feb 21, 2011, 07:17
Koromaism is the encapsulation of compassion; good intentions backed by positive actions; clairvoyance, nationalism; development-orientation; concerns for the social and economic growth of ordinary Sierra Leoneans, and above all adherence to democratic tenets and the rule of law.

The SLPP Narrative, Its Fifth Columnists and 2012 Elections
Posted by Mohamed 'Onedrop' Sankoh on Feb 15, 2011, 02:32
I always sympathize with the Grand Old Party (GOP) of this country, the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP), for the simple fact that it has never been gifted with well trained and qualified people to do its public relations. Each time the SLPP propagandists attempt

Sierra Leone Politics … Prof Richard M’Bayo’s Defection and the 19 SLPP Candidates...My Take
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by Philip Neville on Jan 13, 2011, 20:18
My assessment of the entire Sierra Leone political scenario, referenced to the nineteen qualified Candidates for the SLPP flag bearer contest in March 2011, to the current defection of Professor Ritchard Tamba M’Bayo to the sharp 12 PM theory of victory celebration by the SLPP and the future of the party in subsequent elections could be seen as subjective by some readers

Helping Sierra Leone’s President Koroma Find Ways Achieve his Innovations
Posted by Dylan Sogie-Thomas United Kingdom on Jan 11, 2011, 19:57
This article is a wakeup call for Sierra Leone’s President Ernest Koroma and his team not to be complacent and also helping them find ways in which they can fast track his strategies in order to bring the change he promised in 2007. President Koroma promised that he will shift the 

Paul Kamara’s Conviction..Not Fraud or Dishonesty, but Defamatory Libel
OPINION > Something To Think About
Posted by on Dec 19, 2010, 21:10

The President of Sierra Leone, HE, Dr Ernest Bai Koroma, last week nominated Mr Paul Kamara, Editor for di people Newspaper, as the Minister of the Ministry of Youths and Sports. His appointment as usual and as required by law is subject to Parliamentary approval.

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